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Will Fisher

Will Fisher is a sophomore English and History double major at Austin Peay. He has previously written for The All State as a news writer and now serves as the News Editor of The All State. In addition to his work at The All State, Will serves as an officer in his fraternity, Kappa Alpha Order, and as an Alternative Break Trip Leader, Big Brother, IFC Delegate, PELP student and student worker.

Diversity demonstration held on campus

Students organized a peaceful demonstration and protest of police brutality and racism in the University Center plaza on Wednesday, Sept. 29. Bre Stevens, a senior communications major with a focus in journalism, organized the event in order to both inform and encourage change on campus. Around 50 members of the ...

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Clarksville teen goes missing

Angel Masterson, 17, has gone missing as of Sept. 18. The teen lived on Summit Heights, near downtown Clarksville. Clarksville Police Department published a press release asking for assistance locating Masterson. The press release said Masterson may have ran away to Oklahoma to be with her boyfriend. Any tips regarding ...

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SGA Fall Elections winners announced

SGA’s Fall Elections ended with the election of five freshman senators and two graduate senators. The freshman senators-elect are Haley Adkison, Haley Palmeri, Cameron Peña, Joseph Spear and Ella Weiss, and the graduate senators-elect are Rebecca Jacks and former SGA President Will Roberts. The senators-elect will assume their senatorial roles after ...

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Preacher condemns homosexuality, drug usage on campus

NEWS EDITOR WILL FISHER AND FEATURES EDITOR ANDREW WADOVICK A preacher identifying himself as “Saint John” drew a crowd as he talked about his faith and ministry on Wednesday, Sept. 7 in the University Center Plaza. He condemned all sins and talked about subjects ranging from homosexuality to adultery and ...

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Nursing Department sends three to South African conference

Three of APSU’s School of Nursing professors traveled to South Africa over the summer to speak to the 27th Sigma Theta Tau International Research Congress about their research. Two professors, Patty Orr and Shondell Hickson, presented research about lowering sugar levels and obesity rates in diabetes patients. Their research was ...

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Dean of Graduate Studies steps down

Raj Dakshinamurthy will step down immediately from his position as Dean of the College of Graduate Studies and the associate provost for research and will now serve as a full-time faculty member in the Department of Chemistry. The university appointed Dakshinamurthy to the Dean of the College of Graduate Studies ...

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